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*See Sunday Restrictions

Mon: 8:00AM – 7:00PM
Tue – Sun*: 9:00AM – 2:00PM
(973) 894-3412
730 Clifton Avenue, Clifton, NJ, 07013

*See Sunday Restrictions

Mon: 8:00AM – 7:00PM
Tue – Sun*: 9:00AM – 2:00PM
(973) 894-3412
730 Clifton Avenue, Clifton, NJ, 07013
We got affected by the storm of Monday, we will be closing today. Sorry for the inconvenience

LATEST NEWS
& INFORMATION

HAPPY FOURTH of JULY! Our hospital will be closed this Saturday, July 4th in observance of the holiday! Please stay safe and ENJOY!

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COVID19: UPDATE

To Our Beloved Pet Parents: Clifton Ave Animal Hospital is taking the necessary steps to continue to provide the care and service you are accustomed to while still adhering to the CDC recommendations regarding the current COVID19 crisis. Because this situation continues to change daily, we are putting the following protocols into effect, with the…

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Upcoming Staff, Service, and Schedule Updates!

 Beginning in October, we will be opening seven days a week and welcoming a veterinarian that see exotics. Details to follow!

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Leptospirosis Outbreak In Bergen County Area

Have you heard of the recent outbreak on Leptospirosis in the Bergen Country area? We sure have, with clients flocking in to vaccinate their pets. What exactly is Leptospirosis you may ask? Dogs contract the bacterial infection through the urine of other animals. The bacteria can survive in water or soil for weeks, according to…

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New Test for Cats and Dogs May Catch Kidney Disease Earlier

What heart disease is for humans, kidney disease is for pets – a leading cause of suffering and death. In their lifetime, over 1 in 3 cats and 1 in 10 dogs will get kidney disease. And as pets get older, the likelihood they will develop kidney disease increases. In fact, more than half of…

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Rabies 101

Overview When you think of rabies, you probably picture an angry, growling dog foaming at the mouth and aggressively advancing on all who come near him. While the drool, the frothing mouth, and the angry disposition are an accurate representation of a typical case of rabies, there’s more that you should know. Rabies is something…

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5 Facts You May Not Know About Lyme Disease in Dogs

If you are not yet aware of Lyme disease, you almost certainly will be soon. Lyme disease has spread to many regions of the U.S. Lyme disease is a condition caused by an organism, called Borrelia burgdorferi. It’s not a new disease. There is actually evidence in at least one Egyptian mummy that the organism…

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